For those who were not in attendance at the recent Family Heritage Alliance Luncheon last Wednesday, here is what happened from a person who was there, yours truly.
When leaflets were suddenly distributed at the luncheon tables by Family Matters PAC, critical of the Governor’s support for GOP candidates that support a pro-homosexual and pro-abortion agenda in the recent GOP Primary, RINO hides got chafed, including the hide of soon-to-be Senator Mark Kirkeby (District 35).
The Family Matters folks were asked to leave, and did. The RINOs scurried about the room to pick up the leaflets and the incident was apparently quashed.
However, Kirkeby’s angst was not quenched so he apparently sought out a KOTA camera crew in the parking lot to personally attack a member of the Family Matters PAC, Zach Lautenschlager. With veins bulging, he stated: “I think what he is trying to do is show that he is an actual nut job.”
Not content with that, Kirkeby then accused former State Senator Gordon Howie of involvment in this event without a shred of evidence. Mr. Kirkeby apparently is emulating Democrat US Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) in making unfounded malicious public statements.
Not even content with that, Mr. Kirkeby told KOTA that anyone who carries a firearm in a church is a “cult member.” Apparently Mr. Kirkeby has not been advised of the 2nd Amendment to the US Constitution and, like many other RINOs, would rather the 2nd Amendment didn’t exist.
Just last year, I heard Mark Kirkeby announce that the Governor was the “Supreme Being” to another group. Mr. Kirkeby, be advised that Almighty God is the only “Supreme Being,” and I am quite certain that He doesn’t appreciate your flippant declaration.
Mark Kirkeby is an embarassment to District 35 and to South Dakotans and he is unfit to serve as a senator.
***Ed Randazzo, is a nationally syndicated author. He has been a conservative activist and consultant for over 30 years and is currently the Chief News Editor of Life and Liberty Media and Co-Producer of Liberty Today, a weekly television program seen on cable systems in most of South Dakota***
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